This month I had the privilege of attending the TrainingPeaks 2017 Endurance Coaching Summit (ECS) in Boulder, CO. While in Boulder, I had a great time meeting other coaches and getting to know a few of the faces behind TrainingPeaks.
Bait and Switch
My wife Christy and I met in college. She was a Nursing major, I was studying Exercise Science. Let’s be honest, I wasn’t doing a ton of studying. When I asked Christy to meet up in our college library I wanted to get to know her better, not learn more about the history of western art.
Hydration advice can be confusing. Over the last 20 years, strategies have ranged from “drink to maximum tolerance” to “ intentional strategic dehydration”. In this article we’ll take a closer look at the spectrum of hydration research then draw from science to create basic guidelines for your next race.
When it comes to riding a bike, whether accelerating out of a corner or going up a hill, being leaner is generally better . Losing weight isn’t rocket science. Body mass goes down when energy demand outstrips supply. If the energy equation is so simple, why is getting lean such a battle for many cyclists?